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Apr 11, 2010 7:30am EDT
? in the case of this, what if you were a toyota dealership? she mentioned she had cash on hand and a plan in place and that's why she's able to bounce back like this. >> i think that even sort of taking her really large problem and applying it to planning for your own business. which means, you know, every few months you should really be evalulating your supply chain. if, for example, there is a major part of your business that you outsource or you have a supplier that is critical, you want to be gauging the relationship. you don't want to all of a sudven to order something and need it the next month and find out that the guy is going under because it was a bad quarter. >> she had to make her decision on which location to keep and it sounded from her there they were equally profitable or not profitable, whatever the case may be at this point. she kept the one that allowed her to grow instead of keeping what is presumably the cheaper one. >> great thing about entrepreneurs. they don't look at trying to survive, but a few steps ahead and how they can grow. it absolutely was the right decisi
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